Month: December 2017

UPDATE – Blog Articles to be released on 3rd January 2018

After carefully listening to the feedback we have received from a number of individuals, we have decided to postpone the release of the ‘launch week’ blog articles until 3rd January 2018. We appreciate that many of you have had an extremely tiring year and wish to take your mind away from academia during the holiday period.  The articles that were due to be released were: Bilal Kadiri’s interview with Adil Ray: Creator and lead character of the BBC sitcom Citizen Khan BOOK FEATURE: Baker, P. (2017) American and British English. Divided by a Common Language?Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. AWARD RECEPIENT: Lynne...

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AAC Website is now officially launched

We are pleased to announce that the AAC Website has now been officially launched.   Message from Bilal Kadiri (AAC Founder): I have been overwhelmed by the positive response and messages of support from the academic community and I would like to wholeheartedly thank you all for your kind sentiments. In relation to the website itself, despite it now being fully functional, it is still very much in the infancy stage. It is hoped that over the coming weeks, we will be able to beef up the contents of the site by adding more open access materials, as well...

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What is All About Corpora (AAC)?

All About Corpora (AAC) is a website dedicated entirely to the study of corpus linguistics. At the time of AAC’s inception, no similar website within the field of corpus linguistics has ever been created, namely one that provides a platform for not only established academics, but also first year research students to feature their work. Our mission at AAC is to provide a centralised location for all corpus linguists to visit, where they are able to find out the latest and most relevant news within the field. Whether that is pertaining to the release of a new book, the...

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